Homo Reading Comprehension
posted by July 15 at 10:57 AMon
Yesterday I Slogged about David Benkof, the anti-gay-marriage homosexual who recently wrote an op-ed in the PI about how the California marriage ruling caused “real harm” to hetero couples. Sniffles. Anyway, he said he’s no longer supporting man-woman marriage in the US. I wrote that Benkof “announced he’s pulling out of anti-gay marriage movement. In fact, it looks like he’s opposing marriage altogether.” Then, in the comments, someone identifying himself as Benkof wrote this response:
You might want to work on your reading comprehension skills. Between blogs and E-mails I have noticed at least 75 people who read my post, none of whom except you think I’m against marriage altogether. I think marriage is great. I want to get married someday. I have just stopped blogging and writing op-eds (Tuesday’s San Jose Mercury-News is the last one) in response to the “marriage equality” movement.
In the interest of reading comprehension, here’s what Benkof wrote on his blog:
It is with great sadness that I announce that I feel I must withdraw from openly supporting man-woman marriage in the United States. I recently learned quite a bit of disturbing information that makes it impossible for me to continue supporting a movement I no longer respect. I have not yet decided when or even if I will write about why I’m ending my participation in this debate.
Visitors to Benkof’s blog will now find a blank page.